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April 26 · Issue #2 · View online
Sharing meaningful experiences, impactful ideas and career + event opportunities in the NY/TLV tech ecosystems

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“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit”    
You’re Not Moving Slow Enough: The Unexpected Formula to Lasting Influence by Ariel Halevi: If newsletters making a comeback are the new business card than having a book is what having a college degree was 40 years ago; it’s the magic bullet you need in 2017. With that, it’s an honor to review my long time friend Ariel Halevi’s book. Ariel has been teaching courses on persuasion for some time, I’m excited he put his practical philosophy into book form; productizing his wealth of knowledge and experience.  I’m of the belief that the ability to persuade is one of the most important meta-skills, alongside with storytelling and active listening; read this book and learn how to do it effectively. 
-Two of my favorite people are hosting an Entrepreneur Shabbat dinner this upcoming Friday (28th) evening at 7:30pm.  Dinner organizer J.R. Rothstein is hosting New York Times bestselling author Dan Schwabel, the millennial workforce expert who will discuss his upcoming anticipated third book. For more information click here. Neat app for those who want to practice and improve a new skill, accountability included. Interesting to see how apps like this are giving coaches (trainers, business, life coaches) the ability to reach potential clients (at a much lower hourly rate).
-The Five Minute Journal: Appreciation of what you have is one of the lasting ways to find happiness. While there has been a lot of hype around the “life altering” habits of writing out what you’re grateful for, I’m a big believer of taking daily small steps. I recommend the hardcover version as opposed to the app; writing longhand seems to be more therapeutic. To purchase click here.
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